Robert Luhn has been an editor and freelance writer for over 30 years.
As a technology, science, business, feature, investigative, and humor writer, Luhn's work has appeared in: PC World, PC Magazine, CNET, Red Herring, Publish, Computerworld, MAKE, Maximum PC, Computer Currents, Computer Power User, Harper's, San Francisco, California Republic, American Film, Paper Cinema, The Christian Science Monitor, Hartford Courant, San Francisco Chronicle, Chicago Tribune, The Philadelphia Inquirer, The Charlotte Observer, The San Francisco Examiner, The Oregonian, East Bay Express, Mother Jones, Whole Earth Review, Omni, Dramatics, The Hudson Review, Book Forum, The Nantucket Review, Boardroom Reports, Media & Methods, and Executive Update.
As a science fiction writer, his credits include: "I Sing the Writer Electric!" (an SF story that appeared in Computer Legends, Lies, & Lore); "The Secret Wife of Halter Mitty" (Aberrations); and "Cosmos: A Life" (Another Realm).
Luhn is the former Editor in Chief of Computer Currents magazine and DrBicuspid.com; former Executive Editor of CNET and O'Reilly Media; and a former Senior Editor for PC World magazine.
A collection of humorous essays and more.
"I'm choking with laughter and don't expect to recover. Hope the author is well insured and lawyered."
"Luhn's book is a grab-bag of wit, with something to tickle all funny bones."